Metso Corporation : Metso to deliver a significant feeder order for Buenavista del Cobre copper mine in Mexico

Metso Corporation : Metso to deliver a significant feeder order for Buenavista
                       del Cobre copper mine in Mexico

Metso Corporation's press release on July 9, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. local time

New service hub to be built in Cananea to assist during installation and
future servicing

Metso will deliver a significant order consisting of 38 feeders for the major
Mexican copper mine Buenavista del Cobre, owned by Grupo Mexico. The order
will help to double the mine's capacity of copper concentrate by securing
prompt copper ore feed flow in the mine extension project. The order value is
over EUR 7 million.

The belt feeders will be installed at Buenavista del Cobre's Cananea copper
mine, located in Sonora, in Mexico. To assist with the installation and future
servicing, Metso will open a new, fully equipped service hub at the mine site.

"This belt feeder order follows our minerals processing equipment contract
with Buenavista. The client wanted a reliable, reputable partner to secure the
productivity targets of the new mine expansion," comments Alejandro Castillo,
Capital Project Sales Manager, Metso.

"Our industry leading services capabilities also greatly influenced the
customer's decision. In addition to the equipment delivery, we are able to
provide the required services support, including the investment for a new
on-site service hub," Castillo adds.

Metso's equipment deliveries to the Buenavista del Cobre copper mine will be
completed during March 2014 with start-up in August 2014. The order is
included in Mining and Construction's second-quarter 2013 orders received.

Feeders to significantly increase capacity

The belt-type feeder order comprises equipment capable of meeting all copper
ore feeding challenges after the mine expansion. Five of the feeders are sized
60" x 8.5 m with a capacity of 1260 metric tons per hour, eight are 60" x 8.5
m with a 918 mtph capacity, eight are 72" x 15 m with a 1590 mtph capacity,
and sixteen are 36" x 7 m with a 575 mtph capacity.

The feeders will be installed as part of the copper concentrator expansion
project that is targeting a capacity increase of 110,000 metric tons per day.
After the project, the mine will be able to process up to 200,000 mtph of
copper ore daily.

Buenavista del Cobre belongs to the Grupo Mexico holding company, which has a
number of mining activities in Mexico, Peru and the USA. Grupo Mexico is the
third largest copper producer worldwide and owns the biggest copper reserves
globally. The group's sales in 2012 were over USD 10 billion.

www.gmexico.com

Metso's mining and construction professionals specialize in always bringing
the right technology, processes, machinery and services to our customers in
the aggregates production, construction, mining and minerals processing and in
metal and waste recycling. Expect results.

www.metso.com/miningandconstruction

Metso is a global supplier of technology and services to customers in the
process industries, including mining, construction, pulp and paper, power, and
oil and gas. Our 30,000 professionals based in over 50 countries contribute to
sustainability and deliver profitability to customers worldwide. Metso's
shares are listed on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki Ltd.

www.metso.com, www.twitter.com/metsogroup

For further information, please contact:

Alejandro Castillo, Sales Manager, Capital Projects, Metso, tel. +1 520 425
4238.

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